program. and david, just one comment. the programs we're talking about here now, p.r.i.s.m. and the meta data program, we're established under the court, under president bush in 2006 and 2008. and although candidate obama had problems with it, president-elect obama was briefed on it and embraced them as they existed. >> general, one of the things that i think has been written about from both the left and right, peggy noonan wrote about it this weekend, is there is a lack of confidence in the government. which has evolved over a variety of administrations. so when you say trust me, this data, the meta data are stored and we're not going to go into it unless there's a court order, unless it's because of a terrorist plot, and if a judge orders that it's then turned over to the fbi and they can look at the content. we've got the numbers, but we're not looking, we're not reading. but people no longer after benghazi, after the irs certainly, and after a lot of other things, don't have confidence in their government.